Spring-Cleaining Mega RAK

Ok – Ihr kennt das sicher – die Sonne mischt sich mit Hagel und Schnee, die Heizung gluckert im Wechsel einem klappernden geöffneten Fenster, die Laune steigt und …das Haus wird auf den Kopf gestellt: Frühjahrsputz. Oh yes. Jedes Jahr von der Speisekammer über den Medizinschrank, von der Dachterrasse zum Scrapzimmer, alles muß dran glauben – und da ist im Scrapzimmer so einiges schönes zusammengekommen – schaut selbst!

I’m sure you know this – the sun takes turns with hail and snow, the heater grumbles when the window is not open, the mood is getting better and better…and the house is turned upside down: spring cleaning. Oh yes. Every year the same procedure: from the food pantry to the medicine cabinet, the roof terrace, the scraproom – everything has to be cleaned and so I piled up some nice stuff from my Scrapbooking drawers – but see yourself!

Rouge de Garance, Cherry Arte, Dream Street Papers, Elsie Love Papers- and more – Rub ons, Minialbums, Chipboard, Flowers, Ribbon – a huge pile!

Möchtest Du das gerne haben? Erzähl mir einfach welche Technik, die ich auf meinem Blog gezeigt habe, Dir am besten gefallen hat. bis nächste Woche Freitag hast Du Zeit- dann entscheidet der Zufallsgenerator den Sieger.

Would you like to play with this stuff? Just tell me which technique I showed on my blog was your favorite one. You’ll have a week and a random generator will draw a winner.

Comments (109)

  • lissa

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    I really love all your techniques! but I think my favorite would have to be your screen print technique. This RAK is huge!!!

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  • Heather R

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    how generous of you – I loved the tactile background technique

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  • carolynn

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    I should start Spring Cleaning as well. Awesome RAK!! I love the painted masking tape technique. Fabulous job!

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  • wd

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    WOW, This is one huge Rak!! I love all your projects. They are all just wonderful but i especailly like your painting technique.

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  • heather

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    Sure love your jet dry technique. I want to try it myself soon!! Thanks for the chance to win this famulous RAK!!

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  • kris #2961

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    I really love the screenprinting technique…It’s just wonderful… what a great RAK:)

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  • Gaby

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    My favorite technique has to be the screen print technique!!!!

    thanks for the chance!

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  • Leslie

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    I love everything you do, Nat – but am most impressed with your uses for paint. Your style is so eclectic and you make it known that you should try anything!

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  • Marianne

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    your screen print technique. But I love your blog and your style.

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  • Melissa

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    I seriously can;t pick a favorite technique becuase they have all insprired me to try so many new things. Thanks you for introducing them to us and for giving us the kick we need to try out new things to make our creations better and more unique. Hats of to you…

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